Quick Fix 6.2 is NOT detectable in a Laboratory Environment
Most people don’t realize that real urine has slight variations from one person to the next. Not only is human urine different in terms of toxins. Specific gravity and PH can also slightly differ depending on the person’s diet.
For instance, if you drink a lot of fluid like cranberry juice or water, your specific gravity could be off. If you take a daily supplement that contains creatine, the level of creatinine could be elevated in your urine sample.
We have a highly sophisticated manufacturing process. It allows us to produce clean formulations of Quick Fix that mimic real urine but are slightly different.
Each batch of Quick Fix is unique in chemical makeup and color. This allows for a control sample that genuinely mimics the random nature of real human urine. These variations make Quick Fix appear like real human urine in a laboratory setting.
Quick Fix fake pee is one of the most advanced and foolproof synthetic urine kits on the market. Heat in a microwave for 7-10 seconds. Rubberband the hand warmer on the bottle, and you’re ready to go. No messing around with heat activators or doing a chemistry experiment to get a control sample of clean pee.
Activate the hand warmer prior to heating up Quick Fix® 6.2 (may take 30-45 minutes for the hand warmer to heat up).
Shake the Quick Fix® bottle and microwave on high for 10 seconds. The temperature strip should display a green dot in a range of 94° – 100°F. If the bottle feels warm in your hand but is not show a reading on the temperature strip, the synthetic urine is overheated. Let it cool down gradually until you see a reading on the temperature strip. If the synthetic urine temperature is below 94°, heat again in the microwave for a few more seconds until you see the green dot on the temperature strip between 94° – 100°F.
Now, attach the hand warmer with tape or a rubber band to the back of the bottle opposite the temperature strip. This will provide prolonged heat, keeping the bottle temperature near 100°F for approximately five hours.
If you can’t microwave the Quick Fix® 6.2, attach the hand warmer to the bottle at least 1 hour prior to your test. Shake the bottle before and after heating and pouring it into the cup.
If your product remains unused, it can be reheated repeatedly as needed.
Always check your batch number in the batch validation tool on our home page before using the product. Batch numbers are found at the top of the instruction sheet inside the box. Expired products will be exchanged for retail customers at no charge.